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Metal Gear Solid 3 Review for PS2 0

In case you've been too busy hiding in lockers to keep up on game news, Snake Eater is a prequel, taking place in 1964. So, the Snake character you play as here is not the one you're familiar with. He's sent into a remote region of Russia to try to contain a sudden nuclear menace, and things only get complicated from there. Suffice it to say that Snake Eater fills in nice chunks of the Metal Gear Solid back-story. While there are some good plot twists, Kojima wisely reigns in the high-minded met...

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Metal Gear Solid 2 Review for PS2 0

Yes I know the score it got but I say underappreciated because people say it's the worst entry in the series, when really there is no worst entry; they are all masterpieces. When the original MGS came out I was floored by the entire experience, but when the game ended I felt horrible but also up lifted by the ending (yes I saved Meryl the first time through.) The main thing was I didn't want it to end. For the longest time I wasn't sure if Kojima would make another game, I mean the part after th...

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Metal Gear Solid Review for PS1 0

This game is the first in a series of amazing games. The story is incredibly in-depth, the game play is incredibly fun, and the voice acting is terrific. Though the game takes about an hour to get completely used to, once you've got the hang of it you won't be able to put it down. Lots of stealth action, performing actions such as breaking necks, hiding in cardboard boxes, knocking on the wall to attract guards attention, and tons of other maneuvers. It's just so much fun, because there are so m...

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Resident Evil 4 Review for PS2 0

The game begins with a flash back to the story of Resident Evil 2, the tragedy of Raccoon City. Then we are welcomed to the rural area of Western Europe where Leon S. Kennedy is being driven to the last known sighting of the President's (of the United States, of course!) daughter: Ashley Graham. You are then thrown into there investigation then after. You first appear to enter a house where Leon questions a man about Ashley, and the fellow lacks a sense of understanding except for a swift strike...

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